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From The Journal

ramblings on random stuff

Worship from Beit Immanuel

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Beit Immanuel—Not Just a Historical Site!

It's always exciting and educational to spend time in a place steeped in rich history and culture. People continuously travel all over the world to visit and learn more about such places. For some people, it can be quite the undertaking to reach such places due to finances, time, and other logistical challenges.  For us here at Beit Immanuel though, it is a reality which we experience daily. To be able to share the history of Beit Immanuel as a famous historical place and the site of one of the first Messianic communities in Tel Aviv is truly an honor…
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Ministry Visit to Finland

On the eve of Rosh Hashanah, I had the privilege and honor to serve at a conference in Finland dedicated to the nation of Israel. It was such an awakening to visit this stunningly beautiful country, and to realize that the people there love Israel and the Jewish people dearly.  As I was ministering at the start of the conference, I was experiencing mixed feelings due to the fact that I did not see any reaction from the people in attendance as I shared the Word. But the more I interacted with individuals in person, the more I realized that…
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The Prophetic Significance of Rosh Hashana

During this time of Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New year), I would like to wish you “Shana Tova” and “Happy Holidays” as we celebrate this very prophetic and important Biblical holiday. According to Jewish tradition, it was on Rosh Hashana that God created the world, but in scripture we find a different description of this holiday with a completely separate name—the Feast of Trumpets.  On this holiday, the shofar (trumpet) is blown and it carries deep significance. One of the main purposes for blowing the shofar throughout the ages, has been to warn the people that their king is coming. I…
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